Lasa Lamsa Tea fined Rs 10,000 for illegal banner

By Aiswarya Sriram  Published on  17 March 2020 5:24 AM GMT
Lasa Lamsa Tea fined Rs 10,000 for illegal banner

Hyderabad: The director of enforcement and vigilance has fined Lasa Lamsa Tea Rs. 10,000 for an illegal poster which has been there for the past 20 years at MJ market. Activist Vishal Vanjari, who had raised the complaint on Twitter, said he had registered a complaint through the GHMC app six months ago but it had never been resolved.

Mr Vishal said, “I spoke to the official concerned and he said he knows it’s illegal but it has been there for almost 20 to 30 years now so they cannot consider it illegal.” He hoped that the vigilance department will remove the banner. There are other three hoardings along with the tea banner but the others are legal, the activist said. The tea hoarding is blocking the view of an apartment above the Lamsa Lasa Tea Mix shop.

Director of vigilance and enforcement Vishwajit Kambati said, “We have a separate team to deliver challan to the offenders.” The challans posted on Twitter are personally delivered to the offenders, he added.

Earlier this month, the department fined two schools and a pharmacy for erecting illegal banners. Edify World School was fined Rs. 10,000 while Birla Open Minds School and Zoi Clinics were fined Rs. 5,000 each. In a day, the department receives seven to eight complaints through Twitter, said the officials.

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